Mon, 5 April 2010
Grappling arts claim to rely on angles, technique, and leverage to achieve victory, but when you're in a real fight for your life, you want to be able to hit, and hit hard. In his new video, Thunderstrikes, master martial artist and world breaking champion Mike Reeves extracts the most combat-effective elements of his experience in the dojo and as a former corrections officer, combining them into a conditioning program that will teach you how to develop the one shot, one kill striking power that will give you the edge in the ring and on the street.
Sensei Mike Reeves is a nine-time International Sport Karate Association World Karate Champion, as well as a four-time Guinness-certified world record holder in breaking. He has worked as a professional bodyguard, a prison guard, and as a martial arts instructor to key members of both local and federal law enforcement agency SWAT teams and other special operations units. Co author and professional freelance writer Robert G. Yetman Jr. is co-owner and vice president of Lone Wolf Personal Defense Systems, Inc.
Listen as we speak to Reeves and Yetman about their martial arts backgrounds, their work in the tactical fields, and their future plans. Within this episode, we will provide you with information about how to receive FREE domestic shipping on your next order.
Direct download: Paladin_Podcast_-_Episode_20_-_Reeves_and_Yetman.mp3
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Mon, 8 February 2010
For the Paladin Podcast Episode 19, we spoke to Matthew Temkin. Mr. Temkin has been a student of the WW II special forces approach to armed and unarmed combat since childhood. His instructors include his dad, (who was a member of Darby's Rangers in WW2), Colonel Rex Applegate, and dozens of military and police combat veterans from WW II to the present. He has taught these skills for over 20 years to law enforcement officers, members of the military, and armed citizens alike. His first video with Paladin is called Shoot Him to the Ground: Tactical Point Shooting for the 21st Century.